Free Press Journal
  • Kumble-Kohli communication had stopped six months ago

    New Delhi: The BCCI top brass had an inkling that all was not well but they were taken aback when they came to know that captain Virat Kohli and chief coach Anil Kumble were not in talking terms for the “last six months”.

  • Department of Post starts updation facility in Aadhaar at GPO

    Mumbai: The Department of Post has started updation facility in Aadhaar at its General Post Office (GPO) building and plans to open more such more centres across the state, said a senior official from Maharashtra and Goa circle today.

  • Jab Harry Met Sejal: Gujarati Anushka becomes Punjabi Shah Rukh’s Radha

    After releasing the 3 back-to-back mini trails, ‘Jab Harry Met Sejal’ makers have now released its first song titled ‘Radha’. Interestingly, the song is launched in the presence of 7,000 women named Sejal in Ahmedabad. Since Anushka Sharma’s character is called Sejal, the makers came up with an unusual plan to launch the song in Ahmedabad where they are likely to find many women called Sejal, a popular name in Gujarat.

  • ‘Dracula’ series by team Sherlock

    Writers and producers of the hit detective series “Sherlock” is reuniting for a new take on the Bram Stoker vampire classic “Dracula”. Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat will write the series, and Sue Vertues Hartswood Films will produce. “Dracula” will adopt the same format as “Sherlock,” with a miniseries run of feature-length episodes, reports variety.com. “Sherlock” propelled actor Benedict Cumberbatch to international stardom for his portrayal of Holmes. With scripts not yet

  • Daniel Day-Lewis announces retirement

    Hollywood actor Daniel Day-Lewis, considered one of the outstanding actors of his generation and winner of three Oscars, has decided to retire from showbiz, the media reported. The artist’s spokeswoman on Tuesday confirmed the news in a statement cited by Variety magazine, though without giving any reason for the decision. “Daniel Day-Lewis will no longer be working as an actor. He is immensely grateful to all of his collaborators and audiences over

  • Wonder woman equal to superman

    Recently, there were reports that ‘Wonder Woman’s Gal Gadot was paid less than her DC counterpart Henry Cavill as Superman. Quashing these reports, a source familiar to both has said that the actors were paid the same amount of money for their debut standalone movies, reports The Hollywood Reporter. The source said that Gadot made the same amount upfront if not slightly more on ‘Wonder Woman’ than Cavill made on 2013’s ‘Man

  • Mumbai: Police reunites elderly man with family via social media

    Mumbai: Mumbai police managed to reunite a 68-year-old ‘missing’ man with his family here within two hours, after they posted his information on social media, a official said today. The elderly man, Samiulla Abdulla was found moving cluelessly at the Sakinaka junction in suburban Andheri yesterday by the cops during a regular patrol in the area.

  • Karnataka Govt waives farmer loans upto Rs. 50,000

    New Delhi: Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Wednesday announced to waive off short term loan of farmers till Rs 50,000 availed till June 20, 2017, from cooperative banks.

  • ‘Daddy’ not a propaganda film: Arjun Rampal

    Mumbai: Actor Arjun Rampal, whose film “Daddy” is based on the life of Arun Gawli, says the movie is not an attempt to glorify the life of the gangster-turned- politician.

  • Delhi: Man stabs wife 35 times suspecting of having an affair, injures son too

    A 36-year-old woman was allegedly stabbed to death by her husband at their home in northeast Delhi’s Dilshad Garden. According to Police, the woman was stabbed almost 35 times with a knife and she died on the spot. Meanwhile, when the couple’s 15-year-old son went to save his mother, his father allegedly attacked him as well. The boy suffered stab wounds in his hand. He was admitted to Guru Teg Bahadur Shastri

  • Air India may be sold to TATA Group: Reports

    TATA Group may consider buying the giant beleaguered Air India from government in partnership with Singapore Airlines, ET Now reported on Wednesday citing unidentified sources.

  • Saudi King ousts nephew, names son as crown prince

    Riyadh: Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud on Wednesday dismissed his nephew Mohammed bin Naif as crown prince and replaced him with his son Mohammed bin Salman as first in line to the throne. According to Saudi TV news channel Al Arabiya, 31 out of 43 members of Saudi Arabia’s Allegiance Council voted in favour of Prince Mohammed bin Salman as the new crown prince.